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Posted by Rajesh/">Rajesh on December 31, 1999 14:15:40 UTC
: If i understood, you mean that zero, empty, is 'non-existing' place.
: So, you mean, that everything is matter-thing? : (Am i underst. right.) RAjesh :Yes
: I understand like it's means then, that 'gravity' is matter-thing. So it's means that, matter has 'mind'. Rajesh : Can you elaborate this what it exactly meant....
: Do you say, that 'whole space' is matter thing. Rajesh: Yes : If it so, then.
: -------------------------------- : Lets start new conversation of that point. : --------------------------------
: Can we say then.....?
: 1. Space has size? Rajesh :Yes. Space is finite.
: 2. Space dont have starting-point. Rajesh : They have a starting point and a end point.
: 3. But, how matter can exist, without starting point?
Rajesh : Matter exist because its finite.When I meant Everything is matter I meant The whole thing ,our space our Universe Our Galaxies Our Black Holes . The Area which can at least make a note of that it exist.
Again What exist outside this space is Unknown area .Area which may never come to know off . But again all these are views. I believe Steady State Theory rather Than Big bang theory. I contradict Big Bang theory and expansion of the Universe By simple fact that Energy cannot expand by itself. If it were than there all equations we are working on E=mc2, f=ma etc are all wrong to begin with. But all these equations practically hold true in most parts of our Universe. But there may be contradictions to those .
You welcome to provide me more insights... Thanks...
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